The Remnants of Europe

Stragglers, survivors, and some collaborators

As much as Britannia wishes, her men cannot march too far from home. Thanks to the harsh climates, some of Europe still stands, not yet absorbed by the British Empire. The Poles and Lithuanians ride wheeled horses, the Austrians trade correspondence with the Sultanate, the Prussians are invited to visit the secretive, underground forge cities of the Tsarnarchy. By themselves, each is barely worth noting, but together, they have a semblance of power against the march of the British.